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Does your classification represent your skill and/or match performance?

Many¬†of the major Action/Dynamic shooting sports, including IPSC and USPSA have what’s known as a classification system. This system ranks competitors, mostly in a way that’s related to their performance on standardized Courses of Fire. Some competitors expect their classification

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What you need to succeed in IPSC

Here’s a short overview of what you need to succeed in IPSC. It’s remarkably¬†simple.

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Shooting hardcover targets

When shooting hardcover targets, I’ve tended to aim at the middle of the available target. This can result in quite a few C hits. The following images illustrate a progression in changing my point of aim to get more points,

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New bullets to test

I picked up some new bullets for testing. Perhaps it’s time for a change from the H&N 145 gr. round nose bullets, that I’ve been sending downrange for years.  

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Why would you have two tumblers?

Most reloaders use vibratory case tumblers, to clean up the fired cartridge cases before reuse. Among the reasons for doing so, is to ensure that you don’t scratch up your reloading dies from sand and grit on the cases. Another

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